The number of hate crimes targeting people in the north and north-east because of their sexual orientation has soared in the last two years.
The second ever Grampian Pride event has kicked off in Aberdeen, with thousands flocking to the streets to celebrate the region’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) community.
A north-east trade union has announced its support for this weekend’s Grampian Pride event.
The organisers of Grampian Pride are seeking financial support to ensure they can pull off the colourful celebration of all things LGBT+ as successfully as last year.
A religious group accused of distributing homophobic leaflets will continue using an Aberdeen school as its base despite equality campaigners calling for members to be banned.
A religious group accused of distributing homophobic leaflets around Aberdeen could be kicked out of the school it uses for meetings.
Shock new figures show that hate crimes against lesbian, gay and bisexual people in the north-east almost doubled in the last year.
Thousands of people flooded the Granite City at the weekend to mark an “emotional and historic” day for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in the north-east.
Aberdeen’s Union Square become the first ever Scottish shopping centre to host a same-sex wedding as it played a part in the historic Grampian Pride event.
The sun is shining down on the streets of Aberdeen for the city's first ever pride parade.
Scotland’s first openly gay minister has encouraged north east people from all walks of life to celebrate the “hugely important milestone” of the first ever Grampian Pride in Aberdeen tomorrow.
Oil giants have rallied round to provide funding for the first ever Grampian Pride event in Aberdeen.
Dozens of community groups across Scotland are celebrating after receiving a share of more than £1million of National Lottery cash.